For those of you who don’t know, I had a pretty exciting fling a few months ago.
All of my single (and non-single, actually) female friends were so jealous when I told them I was going to Italy. I mean, it’s Italy! Everyone knows Italy is full of tanned athletic soccer players that would make me romantic candlelit dinners and call me “bella” every five minutes.
After my water bottle exploded on Chet Faker at the end of an eight hour plane ride, I died of embarrassment and decided the best way to revive myself was to drink a wholeee lot of coffee.
It was getting dark and I was sure I had seen that table of yak statues before.
2014. WHAT A YEAR.
Waaaaaay back in the day, around the 14th century, there was a spiritual leader named Drupka Kunley. He was known as the “Divine Madman,” as his teachings of Buddhism were a little…unorthodox. He found the “middle path” of Buddhism too restrictive, so he decided to DIY his own brand. His hobbies included banishing demons, drinking, andContinue reading
If you wanted a little behind-the-scenes action of my summer roadtrip, look no further! Along with making the world’s best s’mores and hiking my days away, I was taking video basically the entire time. I’m almost done producing the full-length, 3 minute version, but until then, here’s a sneak preview: : ) enjoy!
There’s something you should know about me: I am absolutely terrified of spiders. All spiders. Even tiny ones. And not in a cute “hehe so scary kill it for me please” way, either. In like a “HOLY GOD THERE’S AN ARACHNID WITHIN FIFTY FEET OF ME SOMEONE GET A FLAMETHROWER” kind of way.
Arriving in Kathmandu and the receiving culture shock was like being plunked into a glass full of squirming octopi and having no idea what’s going on while your entire body is being examined by tentacles.
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